Giurgiu County is located in the south-east of Romania, on the Danube Meadow, on the natural border formed by the Danube river, between Romania and Bulgaria, in the South Muntenia region, it has some really impressive places and objectives, which should not be missed.
Clock tower is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Giurgiu city. It is a stone monument built in the eighteenth century, measuring 22 meters high. This tower was built to serve as an observation tower in the event of an attack, and the clock was later added. The Friendship Bridge is built over the Danube, allowing rail and road communication between Romania and Bulgaria, through the two cities of these countries: Giurgiu and Ruse. The bridge was built in 1954 and has a length of almost 3 km, and the central part is movable, being able to be raised to allow taller ships to pass through this sector.
In Giurgiu County there are several areas that have been declared Natura 2000 sites.